Assuming you agree with dying hair rainbow colors, at what age do you think some

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  1. Lunabelle profile image55
    Lunabelleposted 7 years ago

    Assuming you agree with dying hair rainbow colors, at what age do you think someone should stop?

  2. DStettler profile image60
    DStettlerposted 7 years ago

    when it starts looking pathetic. Do it as long as you want I say.

  3. brandonfan profile image55
    brandonfanposted 7 years ago

    Whenever they're ready! To each their own! If YOU like the way you look, screw everybody else! It's a tool of expression. We're never too old to write, paint, or play music. Why should choosing our hair color be any different? :-)

  4. chan0512 profile image60
    chan0512posted 7 years ago

    Probably until you start to work professionally. There is a dress code to work in corporate world. If you are still in high school or college, I don't see any issue.

  5. Thunder Vixen profile image60
    Thunder Vixenposted 7 years ago

    I think if it's something you like and it expresses you for who you are you shouldn't stop for someone else. Unless of course, it gets in the way of your dreams, then you can stop for yourself. But, there are plenty of jobs out there with people who dye their hair and have no problems with it.

  6. omcj1234 profile image55
    omcj1234posted 7 years ago

    Yeah, chan0512 is right. It can be a little pathetic once you're out of college.

  7. LIFE IS ABOUT profile image55
    LIFE IS ABOUTposted 7 years ago

    If your a rainbow, be a rainbow for ever, how ever some employers might disapprove of the look, so wear a wig at work, and take it off with your uniform at the end of the day.

  8. slave222 profile image60
    slave222posted 7 years ago

    At about 35. After that all sence of young age is gone.

  9. VaLuptuous profile image60
    VaLuptuousposted 7 years ago

    i love what we call in the industry ( fashion colors) having crazy hair colors in high school is fun and it represents who you are, i think once you get over the age of 20 those colors and hair styles should brought up in to the more sophisticated look, that being said get a (high fashion color and hair cut) at a salon that knows what there doing, you can have anything from blue to neon yellow putt in and it looks beautiful and fashion forward, you can rock those hair styles until you feel you want to go for something more natural, the beauty in my industry is that a 50 year old stylist can have blue in there hair as long as its done right

  10. wingedcentaur profile image82
    wingedcentaurposted 7 years ago

    I think the proper answer is: when and if the person stops thinking and believing (in or however one 'believes') in the way that first made him/her dye their hair that way in the first place. And I agree with the answer given by VaLuptuous, whose answer I voted up. If its done right that whimsical look can be maintained well into middle age with sophistication.

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